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remuneration

Medicare Any compensation, directly or indirectly, overtly or covertly, in cash or in kind–which includes professional courtesy and forgiveness of debt. See Compensation arrangement.
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In fact, I would be prepared to pay a nominal sum for such a boon.
INTERNET betting operator Sportingbet have sold their operation in Italy to the local management team for a nominal sum, saying that a combination of the failure of expected regulatory changes to materialise and a lack of operational synergy with the group has resulted in losses since its acquisition in May 2006.
Prosecution lawyer Michael Chambers said as Shoukri had no assets the Crown and defence had agreed on the nominal sum.
Everyone should pay something (even a nominal sum by pensioners) otherwise the system will be abused.
Russian oligarch and former KGB agent Alexander Lebedev agreed yesterday to buy the Evening Standard for a nominal sum - thought to be pounds 1.
He has no realisable assets, so I would ask for a confiscation order in the nominal sum of pounds 1.
Three other women filed the complaint with McMurray but settled their suits without a trial for ``a nominal sum,'' officials said.
The company, which earlier this week announced the sale of its troubled subsidiary NetTest for the nominal sum of one Danish krone, said that it expected revenues of approximately DKK4.
The Parkhead club are due to pay the nominal sum for a season-long licence to broadcast their games on their own website.
Homesteading is buying a derelict house for a nominal sum and doing it up yourself.
BJP chief ministerial candidate Harsh Vardhan said that if voted to power, he will launch a universal health insurance policy under which every Delhiite will be insured for a nominal sum of Rs 6 per visit to a state government facility and will get unlimited access to health infrastructure there.